US Highway 287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study and Town Hall Meeting
Review the Bus Rapid Transit Station Zone Toolkit and attend a public meeting on December 2
Boulder County is delighted to announce the United States Highway 287 Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Station Zone Toolkit is now available for review at boco.org/287planning.
As part of the US 287 Bus Rapid Transit Feasibility Study, this toolkit is designed to be an ambitious menu of options to help make areas to and around transit stops by common more attractive to people. The tools range from treatments at intersections, cycling and walking needs, station elements, creation of places and crime prevention by environmental design (CPTED).
This toolkit was produced in collaboration with our agency and non-profit partners. Public feedback has been incorporated into its development, such as Shelter from the Elements, and our wish is that the toolkit complements local planning and design advice. Comments or questions on the Station Zone Toolkit or the Comprehensive Planning Initiative 287 may be submitted online.
Well-designed stations will help create great places to improve comfort levels and encourage the use of public transport, and maximize the return on investment in meeting our transport, air quality and safety goals. other regional objectives.
US BRT 287 Feasibility Study – Public Meeting # 3
Join us for the third public meeting of the US 287 BRT Feasibility Study on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 5:30 p.m.
What: Public meeting for the US 287 BRT feasibility study
When: Thursday December 2, 2021 at 5:30 p.m.
Or: Online meeting, register to attend boco.org/US287-December2
During this online meeting (held via Zoom), attendees will hear a recap of the feedback we received from the public and how we applied that feedback to the technical aspects of the project. Participants will learn about the tools we have developed, recommendations for implementation, how this project can help improve the environment through improved transportation options, and next steps. Members of the public will also have the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments. The meeting will be available in English and Spanish, and the video recording will be posted online for later viewing.
We are nearing the end of this study phase, but there will be more opportunities for participation as we reach our first milestone. Stay tuned!